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WINNER: Montgomery Finally Concedes to Coffman in Aurora Mayoral Race

WINNER: Montgomery Finally Concedes to Coffman in Aurora Mayoral Race

Nearly two weeks after the actual Aurora mayoral election, the race is officially over with Omar Montgomery’s concession Monday to winner Mike Coffman. Montgomery says he explored every possible option including legal actions or demands for a runoff, before settling...

FOLLOWING THE MONEY: California is Trying to Buy a Colorado Election

FOLLOWING THE MONEY: California is Trying to Buy a Colorado Election

Who didn’t see this coming? Of the nearly $745,000 raised so far to pass the National Popular Vote referendum next year, 98% of the donations have come from Californians. Why is California so vested in passing a Colorado measure that’s become so very unpopular among...

AURORA’S MESS: Coffman Declares Victory, Montgomery Stalls for Votes

AURORA’S MESS: Coffman Declares Victory, Montgomery Stalls for Votes

Mike Coffman declared victory Thursday in the Aurora mayoral race with a lead too wide for his opponent to close, and beyond the threshold for an automatic recount. However, opponent Omar Montgomery has yet to concede. Coffman has held the lead since the election 10...

IMPEACHMENT JITTERS? Crow’s Insecurity Looks Like a Fundraising Ploy

IMPEACHMENT JITTERS? Crow’s Insecurity Looks Like a Fundraising Ploy

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow is feeling a little insecure these days, ever since the national GOP painted that giant political target on Crow’s back that reads “Vulnerable Democrat.” Crow was feeling confident enough to sign his name to a Washington Post op/ed in September...

NOT SATIRE: Playboy Sides with Colorado Republican

NOT SATIRE: Playboy Sides with Colorado Republican

We know politics makes for strange bedfellows. Still, we cringed when Playboy magazine crawled underneath the covers of Colorado’s U.S. Senate election to cop a feel for which candidate was their best hope to legitimize the cannabis industry in Congress.  U.S. Sen....

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